The Washington Post’s coverage of coronaviral pandemic continues to be a topic of conversation in the nation’s capital.
In recent days, the Post has posted articles about the coronivirus pandemic, including an interview with a former Trump administration official about the potential for the government to use public health funding to promote vaccination programs, a post about the National Zoo’s efforts to reduce its coronavirodosis rates, and a report on the death of an infant born with a severe respiratory illness after a visit to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Zoo.
A recent article from the New York Times also detailed the efforts of some U.S. cities and states to combat coronavillae infections.
A Washington Post editorial last week highlighted the risks that the coronovirus poses to those who have not yet developed symptoms and called for more research into the risk of developing symptoms after exposure to the virus.
A White House spokesman said last week that President Donald Trump had directed the White House to conduct an “interagency review” of the potential use of federal funding for vaccination programs to help combat the pandemic.
The White House, in a statement to The Washington Examiner, said it would work with Congress to develop “a comprehensive strategy to address the pandemics impact.”
The White the Washington Post is the first newspaper to break the story of a coronavore.
The newspaper said that an internal review of coronvirus funding and the impact of public health campaigns and measures is underway.
The Washington post reported that a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that coronavovirus-positive infants are more likely to die of pneumonia or other causes if they have not received a booster shot before birth.
The Post reported that some hospitals have received letters of support from state and local governments.
The CDC has received $1.3 billion in public health funds for vaccines and has identified $1 billion in potential savings from that funding.
In addition, the CDC and other federal health agencies are helping states and localities prepare for the coronviral pandemias spread.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.